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COMA (2017) Teaser Trailer: Nikita Argunov Explores Life After Death

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Nikita Argunov‘s Coma / Koma (2017) teaser trailer has been released. Coma‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “After a mysterious and terrible accident, a young talented architect finds himself in a very strange world, only partially resembling reality. The world that is based on the memory of reality of people who are in a deep coma. Human memory is fragmented, chaotic and changeable. The same is the space of [this film] – a queer set of memories where rivers, glaciers and cities can fit in one room, where any laws of physics can be broken. The main character has to figure out the laws of this space, fight for life, find love, finally find an exit to the real world and realize it in a new way understanding what COMA actually is.”

Great visuals and voice-over in this trailer. I couldn’t find out who is starring in this film on IMDb. This is not strange as this is a Russian production but I did find that Argunov is a visual effects person. When you see the Inception-like, poetic visuals in this trailer, the viewer can see that as director, Argunov had the ability to let his imagination run free.

The ending of the trailer with the human body in the hospital room was good as well, especially when the viewer realizes…well, I won’t spoil it for you.

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